Leagues and Legends: Book 2

Originally posted on IsoIsoYomiGirl:
Echoes of a Giantkiller by E. Jade Lomax When I first read this book I can’t tell you what I was thinking about because 100% of my attention was focused solely on what was happening in the pages before me. Beanstalk was a book about friends who were in school (despite Grey’s…

Leagues and Legends: Book 1

Originally posted on IsoIsoYomiGirl:
Last night, slid low in a bath filled with eucalyptus scented bubbles, I finished Remember the Dust, the last book in the Leagues and Legends series by author E. Jade Lomax. But the thing is, I can’t really properly review this last book without spoiling a lot of things. And since I just did…

Remember the Dust, by E. Jade Lomax

Originally posted on Story Profilers:
I was lucky enough to be granted an early review copy of Remember the Dust, the third and final book in E. Jade Lomax’s “Leagues and Legends” series. As the book dropped yesterday, here are some of my thoughts. Mild spoilers, but nothing plotbreaking, I think. My review of Beanstalk, the first…

Review: Liar

Title: Liar Author: E. Jade Lomax Series: The Alliance Trilogy Language: English Publication Date: April 2014 Source: Kindle Liar by E. Jade Lomax is the second book in The Alliance Trilogy, follow… Source: Review: Liar

Review: Sneak

Title: Sneak Author: E. Jade Lomax Series: The Alliance Trilogy #1 Language: English Publication Date: 10th February 2014 Source: Kindle Sneak by E. Jade Lomax is the first book in The Alliance Tri… Source: Review: Sneak

Beanstalk, by E. Jade Lomax

Originally posted on Story Profilers:
Courtesy of author E. Jade Lomax, Beanstalk is the first book in the Leagues and Legends series, followed by Echoes of a Giantkiller and the forthcoming Remember the Dust, both of which have shuffled onto my “read as soon as possible” list. The story follows a group of four students thrown together as…

When Sez Met Sally

A (hopefully stand-alone) side story for two secondary characters from Beanstalk. A Sez/Sally-Anne story.  Sally-Anne’s mother left for a job the week after Sally-Anne’s sixth birthday, guarding a merchant caravan headed north. It wasn’t the first time or the last time her mother would walk out that door. It was the last time Sally-Anne would stand on…